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Blowing snow, Blizzard, Snow, Daily weather diary, Cold, February Weather Events
Asset ID: 5662
|Title: Weather Diary 14 February 1940|
Concept: Northeast Blizzard.
Detail: (14 February 1940) They called it the "Valentine Day Blizzard" as 10-18"
of snow descended throughout New England. They claimed it was a very good
cuddling storm, however. Oh, yes...in 1899? Cape May, New Jersey got dumped
with 36" of snow - but that cold wave is getting tiresome.